- WAIT A SECOND
- IF AMY MARRIED KING HENRY VIII
- AND THE DOCTOR MARRIED QUEEN ELIZABETH I
- THAT WOULD MAKE AMY
- QUEEN ELIZABETH’S STEPMOTHER
- WHICH WOULD MEAN
- THAT AMY POND
- IS THE DOCTOR’S MOTHER-IN-LAW
WELCOME TO DOCTOR WHO EVERYBODY
If you don’t reblog this you’ll never meet Tom Hiddleston
Well, I’m certainly not tempting THAT fate.
came up on my dash, so i have to reblog it even if it’s mine
I tried to scroll past but…what if…
honestly … I was too afraid for not reblog …
The things I reblog for Tom Hiddleston…
I chance nothing
you little shit
I’M NOT RISKING OKAY?
If You ever think You’re too obsessed with something, just remember that David Tennant used to get in trouble at school because all his essays were Doctor Who fan fiction.
that’s actually extremely uplifting
We just learned about a wonderful new addition to the Department of Awesome Parenting. It’s a family tradition, called Dinovember, created by writer Refe Tuma and his wife. Every night in November, after their children have gone to bed, the pair set about creating a new scene involving their children’s dinosaur toys which makes it appear as though the tiny dinos came to life overnight and had all sorts of mischievous fun. They cook, paint, pretend to be knights and dragons, take other toys hostage, and play the kids’ boardgames. They’ve even teepeed the bathroom.
Tuma explains, “In the age of iPads and Netflix, we don’t want our kids to lose their sense of wonder and imagination. In a time when the answers to all the world’s questions are a web-search away, we want our kids to experience a little mystery. All it takes is some time and energy, creativity, and a few plastic dinosaurs. Childhood is fleeting, so let’s make sure it’s fun while it lasts.”
The photos you see here are just a small sampling of this delightful project. Follow each new installment of Dinovember over on Facebook.
[via My Modern Metropolis]
The religious protesters outside of San Diego Comic-Con have been a constant fixture for the last few years. They stand between the Gaslamp area where all the restaurants and offsite locations are and the train tracks you have to cross to enter the con. They are supposedly there to shame the evil…
Wil Wheaton Paper Dolls!
Wil didn’t so much “dare” me to make this paper doll as he did call me up and, with his best “WE SHOULD TOTALLY DO THIS BECAUSE IT WOULD BE TOTALLY AWESOME!” enthusiasm-voice, ask me very politely to draw it. The last time Wil dared me to draw him as a child’s plaything it took us over a year to bring it into meatspace. The good news is this time around the plaything in question doesn’t require an army of Chinese children with nimble fingers to make it a reality. All we really need is a PDF and a laser printer. To that end, Wil is going to have actual Wil Wheaton Paper Doll sheets that you’ll be able to purchase at PAX this weekend!For those of you unable to attend PAX, you can use the “Buy A Print” button below this comic to get your own Paper Wil.
I was under the impression that these would be “hang on the wall” types of things, but Wil is insistent that you guys actually cut them out, fold the tabs, dance them around and make them have holodeck tea parties. He is usually right about this sort of thing, so I’m going to fully endorse the idea. I would go as far as to suggest that you make your own accessories and post photographic evidence on one or more Internets.